A Meissen porcelain composite floral coffee and tea service
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A Meissen porcelain composite floral coffee and tea service

1760-1770, VARIOUSLY MARKED IN UNDERGLAZE BLUE WITH CROSSED SWORDS AND PUNKTZEIT CROSSED SWORDS ENCLOSING A DOT, THE MARCOLINI TEAPOT CIRCA 1775, MARKED WITH BLUE CROSSED SWORDS AND A STAR, VARIOUS PRESSNUMMERN

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A Meissen porcelain composite floral coffee and tea service
1760-1770, variously marked in underglaze blue with crossed swords and Punktzeit crossed swords enclosing a dot, the Marcolini teapot circa 1775, marked with blue crossed swords and a star, various Pressnummern
Gilt and painted in colours with sprays and bouquets of Deutsche Blumen, comprising: a baluster coffee pot with flower spout and branch handle, the domed cover with flowerbud finial, 25 cm. high; a baluster milkjug en suite with flat cover, 14 cm. high; a teapot with branch handle and spout; a circular sugarbowl and domed cover with flowerbud finial, 9.5 cm. high; a teacaddy with arched shoulders and cover with flowerbud finial; a slopbowl; six coffee cups and saucers with scroll handles; ten teacups and saucers with loop handle
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